Declare Good Things

Your words can change your world and shape your future.001Your words can change your world and shape your future. It’s time to use our words to declare good things!

Speak blessings over your life and your family.

Pleasant words are like a honeycomb, sweetness to the soul and health to the bones. Proverbs 16:24

CONFESS: I have the favour of God. I am strong & healthy. I’m well able to do what I need to do.

One of the best ways to break free from such strongholds is simply by speaking words of victory.

Every day, look in the mirror and declare, “God’s Word says I am strong. God is fighting my battles for me. I’m excited about my future.”

Maybe you are lonely because you don’t have a lot of friends. Instead of complaining, start declaring, “God is bringing great people into my life. I know He loves me, so I can risk loving others.”

Speak blessings over your life, and as you do, you’ll go out with more confidence, you’ll be more congenial and, in turn, you will attract new friends.

For out of the fullness (the overflow, the superabundance) of the heart the mouth speaks. (Matthew 12:34 amp)

When discouragement comes, instead of sitting back and accepting it, say, “No, I’m a victor and not a victim. I may have been defeated before, but the past is the past. This is a new day.”

It’s not enough just to think it; you need to hear it, because what we constantly hear ourselves saying we will eventually believe.

The world says you need to see it to believe it, but God says you must believe in order to see it. You must speak it by faith.

Do not let another critical word come out of your mouth about yourself. Instead, take a few minutes every day to bless your life, to declare the victory.

Understand, it’s not enough to avoid saying anything negative; you must go on the offensive and start making positive declarations over your life. Remember, your own words will have more impact on your future than anything anybody else says about you.

Words are more important than a lot of people realise. Christianity is called “the great confession” and we must recognise the place that confession holds in the scheme of things.

Jesus taught is in Matt 17:20 [you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move; and nothing will be impossible for you]

Jesus shows us the importance of our words and that we have to speak in order for our faith to work.

Make a list of your goals, your dreams, the areas where you want to see change. Confirm your desires by Scripture, and then every day before you leave the house, speak those blessings aloud. Something supernatural happens when you speak those words aloud.

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